New charges filed against McAllen physician, wife
New charges have been filed against a McAllen physician and his wife.
According to a superseding indictment unsealed on Tuesday, McAllen physician Jorge Zamora-Quezada, and his wife, Meisy Angelica Zamora, have been additionally charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
The indictment also alleges two employees of the practice helped Zamora-Quezada and his wife carry out the health-fraud scheme.
Estella Santos Natera, who worked as the billing supervisor, faces three counts of conspiracy two commit health care fraud and three counts of conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Felix Ramos, who assisted Zamora-Quezada in his financial affairs, faces four counts of conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Zamora-Quezada and his wife are expected back in court next week.